Toyo Engineering Corporation is an engineering and construction services company based in Japan. Founded in 1961, the company provides assistance to various industries including petrochemicals, transportation systems, power generation, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, etc. Toyo Engineering has a significant presence in India, China, Iran, Indonesia, and Russia.
In 1963, the company got its first overseas contract for a fertilizer plant. Toyo established its international procurement unit in 1972. Soon after, the company started expanding and diversifying its business. In year 2010, it gained the acquisition of Tri Ocean Engineering Limited of Canada. At present, Toyo Group conducts operations through its main engineering unit along with 27 subsidiaries and 11 affiliates.
Toyo Engineering launched in India in 1976. After the liberalisation of Indian economy, Toyo-India became the ‘Preferred Engineering Partner’ among all public sector companies and corporate houses. Currently, the company has its office in Mumbai.
- Haruo Nagamatsu - President & CEO
- Masaaki Yamaguchi - Chairman
- Toyo Engineering uses prominent shades of blue for its circular logo with the company’s name written below it. The design of logo utilizes a few geometric figures to represent growth, development and evolution of the company. The color blue and bold font symbolise the reliability, reputation and integrity of the firm.
- US $2.73 billion (FY 2018)
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- Listed in ENR’s ‘Top 250 Global Contractors’ in 2017 and 2018.
- In 2016, Toyo Engineering received ‘The Excellent Management Company Award’ by Lanxess.
- Toyo Engineering India featured in Fortune’s ‘Next 500’ list in 2015.
- In 2014, Toyo Engineering pioneered the use of distillation technology, leading to 50% energy saving for refineries.
- In 2013, Toyo Engineering and its partner Daewoo Nigeria jointly won letter of award to build world’s biggest single train urea plant for Indorama Eleme Fertilizer and Chemicals, Nigeria.
- Toyo Engineering won the contract to build Indonesia's first butadiene plant in 2011.